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Snow sports in Singapore

It may not be snowing anytime soon in Singapore, but you can still have fun with sports like figure skating, snow boarding and speed skating on this tropical island.   The Rink Conveniently located at Jcube, The Rink is Singapore's only Olympic sized rink. The rink not only supports Singapore's junior & senior figure skaters (which is why only certain hours are open to the public), but they also host skating classes, regardless of whether you're interested in figure skating, speed skating or ice hockey.   Check out their website for more details on on-going...

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Xmas Gift Guide

For the Serious Writer Lamy Safari, $33 from Pengiftshop.com One of the most iconic fountain pen designs, the Lamy Safari is a highly affordable fountain pen for everyone - regardless of whether that person is a fountain pen enthusiast (one can never have too many Safaris!) or a beginner. For the Lipstick Addict We love how Lipaddict doesn't just give our lips a delectable pop of colour, but also how it makes our lips feel so plump and smooth. The lip treatment is free from ingredients like Parabens, Sulphates, Hormones, Artificial Fragrances and is Gluten-free...

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Tips To Improve your Gift Giving Technique

Gift giving always seems to be more stressful than enjoyable, even if you're buying something for your loved one. Here are some tips to make your gift-buying experience less stressful and more useful too.     Think About The Person   Is there nothing that the other party would not like, or have you not been paying attention? Sometimes, tiny details can hint at what your colleague, friend or family member may like. Paying attention shows that you value the relationship you have with them, and they might be pleasantly surprised at you remembering something...

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Xmas Facial Gift Guide

Christmas is the season to be giving, which is why at Chez Moi we've decided to celebrate Christmas with our special X'mas only facial deals that are sure to leave your skin (and pocket) merry. Ho Ho Ho! If you're planning to gift your loved one a facial, over here at Chez Moi we have a no-hard-sell policy, so rest assured that your loved one can fully experience the relaxation you've gifted to them.   Strengthen Skin Barrier:   EPI Treatment $158  Don't give acne bacteria and other problematic skin issues a chance to form with...

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5 Best Selling Moisturisers in 2018

Now that the year is winding down, it's time to take a look at the hit moisturisers at Chez Moi this year. Here are the top five moisturisers this year, specially selected from our store for their enduring popularity:   5. Cellugen, $128 If you're looking for an all-in-one moisturiser, Cellugen by Skin Origins may just be the magic you've been looking for. Filled with polypeptides,  yam extract to soothe and heal the skin, as well as epidermal growth factors and Vitamin A and C, the cream moisturises, soothes, and helps to promote...

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5 Most Popular Beauty Treatments in 2018

 This year, beauty is going high tech.     LED Light Facial   While some people might be sceptical about LED light facials - rest assured, LED lights have been researched for a long time - and have studies to support the efficacy of these facials. In fact, some people love LED lights so much, they have even created home care LED devices. However, these devices aren't cheap, and are at a lower frequency so they're less efficient.   If you'd like to experience the full effects or need a quick skin pick-me-up, Chez Moi De Beaute offers...

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Deepavali fun and festivities

Deepavali is also known as the festival of lights. There's so much to experience during this wonderful festival that celebrates the triumph of good over evil, and in Singapore, there's much to see and do during this period.   Soak up the Atmosphere in Little India   While there are usually lots going on in Little India, the crowd of Little India gets even busier when Deepavali's around the corner. Head down to sample everything from Saris to Indian snacks and sweets, or simply walk around to take in the Deepavali buzz. The streets...

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Make November count

While most of us don't celebrate Thanksgiving over here in Singapore, we can still make our November count. After all, November is the penultimate month of the year! You've worked hard the past year, so it's time to start looking at how to reward yourself and recharge before the busy holiday season starts ;)     Shop a little more   Whether you're looking for a gift someone something special, need to refresh your home with new furniture or simply want to shop till you drop, there are plenty of sales going on around Singapore...

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Teach well, be well

Ergonomic Concerns Teachers spend many hours standing, as well as bending and moving around in general. With so much time spent on your feet, it's no wonder that many teachers struggle with pain in areas such as shoulders, necks and knees. Having to deal with pain can impact our mood and productivity. Thankfully, many schools are starting to be aware of this risk and providing more ergonomic tools for teachers to protect themselves. Here are some other ways to reduce stress on our bodies.   Viral Infections Teachers can be prone to viral infections,...

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How to Reverse the Road to Burn Out

Take a break   If you're feeling exhausted and haven't taken time off in a while, consider taking some time off work to reassess your goals and get your mind off the stressors of work.   Find a pampering ritual   As time goes by, we may find ourselves getting busier and losing ourselves in the midst of work before eventually burning out. By actively caring for ourselves, we take charge of our own wellness and health. It can be as simple as having a weekly work out session at the gym and not answering work-related...

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